You probably remember during the keynote when the MacBook Pro with the Retina display was announced, Apple briefly mentioned that the Adobe Photoshop application being optimized for the new display. But as it happens, the Retina version of the application wasn’t quite ready back then.
Despite a brief mention, six months after the MacBook Pro was announced, Adobe has finally updated the Photoshop CS6 and the Illustrator CS6 applications for the Retina display. The update should now be available to all the legit users and will take care of all the blurry fonts and icons.
LG is really proud of the work that it has done with the Optimus G. The quad-core powerhouse, as it was earlier confirmed will even be the base for the next Nexus device from Google.
What that device won’t have, however, is LG’s multitasking feature dubbed QSlide. To emphasize the importance of that QSlide, LG has shared the story of its creation in an interesting video.
For those that aren’t yet familiar with the feature, it allows you to have multiple apps displayed on your screen. Unlike Samsung’s solution on the Note II, where you have them side by side, LG’s take is more interesting and overlays the apps on top of each other allowing you to change the opacity of the one on top.
Sounds interesting? Go ahead and watch Sebastian Hochan Song, one of QSlide’s developers, telling you all about it. The video is just below for you to feast your eyes on.
Live2D developed by Cybernoids is the world’s first technology to enable 3D processing of 2D images. This technology is compatible with a wide variety of handhelds and smartphones. Live2D is already used for games that take advantage of the unique hand-drawn illustrations.
Live2D creation tool comes in two versions, allowing to adapt the content by either polygons or through vectors. A 3D engine is used for version polygon based to enable quick and fluid movements even on mobile devices.
For the moment, Live2D is used for games based on dialogues with limited movement, but within a year or two, Cybernoids plans to change its tool to enable you can use it to animate characters in 360°.
Source : Live2D